Paradox Basin Potash

The Paradox Basin Potash project, located in southern Utah, was the subject of a Technical Report written by Agapito Associates Inc. in October of 2012, which quantified the Property’s potash exploration potential in the form of a NI 43-101 Exploration Target.

Agapito  estimated an Exploration Target of between 600 million to 1 billion tonnes of  potash in the form of sylvinite grading between 19% to 29% , making it one of the most attractive potash prospects in the U.S.A.*

Intrepid Potash Inc., the largest potash producer in the U.S., operates the Moab Potash Mine, located just 14 kilometers southeast of New Tech’s project area. The Moab solution mine is the longest  and lowest cost potash producer in America. They are mining from the same potash horizon (cycle 5) targeted by New Tech.

High concentrations of Lithium and Bromine have also been identified in brines occurring with the potash, and represent compelling targets for further exploitation

Technical Reports

  • NI 43-101 Technical Report - Oct 10, 2012

Presentations

  • Critical Minerals for American Technology

Ni-43-101 Technical Report by Agapito Associates Inc. October 2012. Readers are cautioned that Exploration Targets are conceptual in nature and there has been insufficient exploration to define them as Mineral Resources, and, while reasonable potential may exist, it is uncertain whether further exploration will result in the determination of a Mineral Resource as defined by NI 43-101.  The Exploration Targets were not reported as part of any Mineral Resource or Mineral Reserve

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